Ha Long Bay in the northern province of Quang Ninh is one of the most popular attractions in Asia, according to the South China Morning Post (SCMP) based in Hong Kong.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) recently proposed a draft decree on remote sensing activities.
An “Exhibition of Tourism Photos of Argentina” opened at Ho Chi Minh City’s Youth Cultural House on December 4 night.
Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage site, charms visitors with its picturesque riverside, brightly coloured old houses; great street food; fine-art galleries and rural villages.
The growing interest in central Vietnam’s potential to become the world’s next great golf destination was on display earlier this week, when the first of two major golf conferences scheduled for Da Nang this year took place in and around the budding beach city.
Some ancient limestone caves in Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage site visited by millions of tourists each year, have been damaged, local officials said.
At least 12 people have died and dozens are missing in Thailand after a boat carrying 150 Thai Muslims capsized in the ancient tourist city of Ayutthaya, officials said on September 18.
Central Ha Tinh province has planned different solutions to preserve and promote the Phuc Giang School’s woodblocks, following their recognition in May as UNESCO World Heritage at the seventh Memory of the World Committee for Asia and Pacific summit.
Cuc Phuong, Nam Cat Tien and U Minh are the ideal eco-tourist destinations for families or groups of young people on the weekends.
Website SmarterTravel has listed nine reasons explaining why Vietnam is becoming the best place to go in Southeast Asia , including food, language, hospitality, history and amazing sites.
In the quest for the best pho, bun cha and more in this culinary capital, look for the stands favored by elderly Vietnamese - they know quality when they taste it. Along the way, you'll find religion, history, art and the theater of daily life.
A journey through the Southeast Asian country of Vietnam is a thrilling experience, as Herald reporter Rosa Studholme found out when she travelled there last month.